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Image of Blackberry Plant - Oregon Thornless
 

 
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Blackberry Plant - Triple Crown

Rightfully named for its three superb qualities. Virtually thornless, semi erect plants. Fruit ripens later than most other blackberries - August-September. Height1.5-2m. Supplied in a 2 litre pot.


 
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Blackcurrant Plant - Ebony

Unlike most blackcurrants, which are primarily raised for juice production, Ebony has been specially selected for garden planting. Take one look and it's easy to see why: the size of the fruit is amazing - up to twice the size of other blackcurrants....


 
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Blueberry Plant - Pink Flamingo

Be one of the first to grow this unique and beautiful new green and pink leaved blueberry! This unique variety boasts stunning coloured foliage all through the spring and summer - the initial leaves that sprout are green but the following flushes of leaves...


 
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Blueberry Plant - Rubel

Rubel's small, dark berries are perfect for pies, muffins and pancakes, but are too delicious to pass up fresh. You can't find flavour like this in the supermarket! The strong-growing bushes, up to 1.8m (6') tall, are cold hardy and a consistent provider....


 
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Blueberry Plants - Collection

Three outstanding varieties that will provide you with juicy berries, throughout summer and autumn, for years to come. Ideal for growing on the patio (they are best grown in ericaceous compost), or in the garden. The rusty red-tipped spring foliage, attractive...


 
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Boysenberry Plant

A 1920's heirloom variety - great balance of sweet and tart. A cross between loganberries, raspberries and dewberries, boysenberries are incredibly hardy and even more resistant to disease and drought than blackberries. They're vigorous-growing and will...


 
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Cape Gooseberry Seeds

Exotic fruits for the greenhouse or sunny patio. Branching plants that can attain 180cm (6') in height, producing masses of fruits that are ready to harvest when calyces have changed from green to golden brown (if picked and left in husks they can be...


 
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Cranberry Plant - Stevens

Bushes become smothered in little pink flowers which are followed by juicy, dark red berries with a distinctive tart flavour. If left unpicked the berries often remain on the bushes throughout winter, set off against attractive bronze winter foliage....